Cedric What Got into Him? by Raoul Cauvin
  

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Cedric What Got into Him? by Raoul Cauvin

There's home, and Dad's work, and the parents fighting sometimes. There's school, annoying friends, and the beautiful, unattainable Chen. There's life and its milestones: your first communion, your first dance, your first pet - It's difficult sometimes, for a child. Fortunately, Cedric can always count on his Granddad's wisdom-and occasional partnership in crime-to help him see the brighter side of things and discover what's truly important.

About the Author

Raoul Cauvin has also written The BluecoatsA series, which has sold over 15 million copies. He has collaborated with numerous illustrators on several series, notably Spirou et Fantasio,A and has also written scripts for cartoons. Laudec (Tony de Luca) worked as an electrical engineer for many years as well as drawing comics. In 1986, he quit his engineering job to be a full-time graphic artist.

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Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Raoul Cauvin
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Publisher

Cinebook Ltd

Publication date

5th May 2011

ISBN

9781849180818


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